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January 15, 1959

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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'''' iSf* MOM. STAR,- H0M, ARKANSAS Guernsey Basketball Teams Star Photos -& Engravings SENIOR GIRLS basketball team of Guernsey includes, left to 'right: Jo Mosier, Genla Norvell, Peggy Rosenbaum, Wanda Yoilngblood, Billie Ann Evans, Linda Bristow, Susie Gray, Bar- Bars Adarn3, Jeanette Daughcrty and Coach Theo James, News Briefs PARIS (Al»)— 111 Iho first mtv ticstv of IMesldent Chn-rlfis dc Gtuil1c'.« now term, the French government is fYotjIniJ some '/.OOO Algerian rebels he'.d in concefilrsi- tion Cilnlps Without trial. VATICAN CITY (APi—The Vfit- icon Stale Has roeogftlzc'l the new Cuban HOV'jrhfrisnl. The Vatican pros* olflt-c said «odny tiic unos- tolic nuncion to Cubii, Archbishop Luigi Ccnloz, had been directed to nrtlfy the regime oi Provisional President Manuel Urrulia, TOKVO (AP) — Crown Prince Akihito became formally engaged today by sending traditional gitls of sea bream, rice wine and five rolls of silk to Michiko Shoda. Akihito, 25. and £1-year-old Michiko are expected to be ninrHcd by the emperor in traditional Shinto ceremotiies in April. BUENOS AIRES (AP)—An Argentine newspaper says another Latin-American dictator faces rebellion. He is President Alfredo Stroess- nor uf neighborh<mn.j Paraguay. The newspaper Naoion said Tuesday that informed sources in Asuncion, Paraguay's capital, reported defiance of tho dictator in the Chaco of north>vcst Paraguay. LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth It and Prince Pnilip will begin their Canadian lour on June 18, Buckingham Palace announced today. The qtiesn will open the SI. Lawrence Seaway riurintf the six-week tour. * J SENIOR BOYS: Donald Jones, .Charles Hawley, Garland Rosenbeum, Jerry Griffis, Bill Byers, Eddie Fry, Jimmy Gray, „, Bud Adams, William Foster, Hershel Clover and Coach Theo j, James. Prescott News W- '•' * f'i > ~>,~' Garden Club Council Meets The council of the Federated t--*^ ',Garden Clu'b met in the home fr'fj,^ of ^rs. Albert Peachey, presi- jT7' dent of the (Rainbow Garden Club, »j^ ',,"for the quarterly meeting, with jjj/; ; , , 14.present. iftA"* Mrs. Jesse Porter, president, &tfJ*W _•*• _ _ -....-. - PARIS (AP) — The lie do France was sold today to a Japanese company Cor scrap iron. The nnme of the Japanese company was not disclosed. The luxury line-.- was retired last month after two decades of North Atlantic crossing;-,. presided. It was voted to meet at 2 p.m. the first Friday in each quarter. It was recommended that a Flower Show be held in the spring with .plans to be formulated later. The following were appointed to serve on the nominating committee: Mrs. D. L, McRae Jr. of the Southern Pine Garden Club; Mrs. Bill Dates of the Rose Garden Club; Mrs. R. T. Murry of the 'Prescott Garden Club and Mrs. Bert Wingfjeld of the Rainbow Garden Club. The hostess served cake and coffee. the president, Mrs. J. B. Franks. The minutes were read by Mrs. Dick Bright, secretary pro-tern. A financial report was given toy the treasurer, 'Mrs. Bob Yarbro ugh. [Plans were discussed for the annual spaghetti supper to be held on Jan. 23rd at the Legion Hut from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The proceeds will go to the March of Dimes. Other members .present were Mrs. Bill Dates, Mrs. 'Bob Reynolds, Mrs. Earl Eppler, Mrs, Dudley Rouse, Mrs. C. R. Gray, and Mrs. J. R. IBemis. The hostess served coffee and cookies. Tri-Service Club Has Business Meeting The Tri-Service Club • met on Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bill Ward for a business meeting. •Mrs. Adam Guthrie Jr. vice president, presided in the absence of '^, t ' Open Friday & Saturday Only .ALL FALL MILLINERY $1.00 ENTIRE STOCK /2 Prk - Miss Phillips Honored Miss Margaret (Lcecc Phillips, bride elect of Robert Burnside ot El Dorado, was honored with a miscellaneous, shower given toy Mrs. Harold Howard and Mrs. Charlie Frances in the home of the former in El Dorado Saturday night. The hostess gift was an electric coffee maker and the honoree was the recipient of many other lovely gifts. 'Whjte individual cakes, nuts, mints and coffee were served from the dining table centered with a fan shaped arrangement of white gladiolus .and carnations encircled with white wedding bells. There were 20 guests that included Mrs. iLeroy Phillips, mother of the bride-elect, MVS, Roy Davis, aunt of the bride-elect and Mrs. Velma Burnside, mother of the groom-elect. REGULAR $1,99 FLANNEL GOWNS Size? 44 . 52 BLOUSES As 1.9W a 5 99 .Miss Ray Entertained Mrs. John P, White entertained at a bridal shower and tea at her home on Winnwood Road in Little Rock in honor of Miss iM'aydra Ray, bride elect of James H. Bernis. The table was covered with a shirred pink nylon cloth over pink taffeta caught at the corners with pink satin bows and streamers. The centerpiece ^vas an arrangement of wedding bells, pink pompom chrysanthemums and bridal figurines. The honored guest and her mother received corsages. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hamilton spent the weekend in Bossier City ! La. as the guests of Mr, and Mrs, Rodney Hamilton and Howard. OVER 200 ESSES FINAL MARKDOWN Miss Rita Warren, student at KfSTC, was the \veekend guest of her parents, Mr, and 'Mrs. 8. A. Warren, Mrs. P. S- Jordan was a Satur day visitor in Hppe. Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B. Franks mo' torecj to Little Rock 'Friday for (he day. Mrs. J. A.. Eagle and Mrs, Mettle Robinson spent Friday in 'fexarkana. $ 6 Volues to $29.9|. Al SeQSQns Of f§r§cl mm -1 v -&J*-$ $ -°° 5 §AU? ©FAIL gcg, Sl.QQ JEWELRY 59c Reg- 51.0Q Egg. Rep. and Mrs. C. O. Wahlquist attended a buffet supper at the governor's mansion in Little Rock fhursday evening with other house members of the legislature and their wives. Sen. Olen Hendrix and Rep. C. O. Wahlquist are among the members of the 6?nd Qeneral Assembly attending the 6Q?day session of the '58 Legislature in feiUle Rock. Rev. and Mrs. J. Jl. Bobertson and 4aughter, -Pam and Mrs. Cart spent Friday in Tex Mr. and Mrs. J. V, Fore motored to Monroe, 'La. Sunday where they met Pat Fore and daughtei Shannon of HattisbMrg, 'Miss. Sharman accompanied her >gra/id par i&nts home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fore of Hal tisburg, Miss, announce the arri val of 3 dioigh.ter of\ Jan. 10 Qrandparents are Mr. and Mrs J\ y. Fore an,4 Mrs. }. 3- Ritchie y| AMifftttt KMKM8U fftt-fc MufaHAhf ANN PAGE RED KIDNEY..BEXNS/iONA' LlMAS JAN t PARKER' APPLE PIE • BIRTHDAY A&P FANCY, QUALITY 16-oz. ,.,,.Can WALKER'S AUSTEX CHILI JANE PARKER CHERRY ICES WHITE • LAYER, CAKE JAHE PARKER CHOC. ICED WHITE LAYER CAKE_ JANE PARKER POTATO CHIPS JANE PARKER OATMEAL COOKIES , 12-oz, ...496 .,,49c :49c ,25c $100 A&P FANCY QUALITY A&P FANCY QUALITY HEAVY BEEF Chuck llbast .b BLADE CUT .U.S.D.A. INSPECTED GRADE "A" BANQUET — BEEF, CHICKEN, TURKEY — FROZEN _ ^ Meat Pies 3* 59* "SUPER-RIGHT" PORK Jto'f* Sausage JS:33r ib. BANQUET — BEEF, CHICKEN, TURKEY — FROZEN Dinners,.: n* AUGOOD BRAND Sliced Bacon -., 45 MORREU'S — CANNED . ft — PICNICS ^l 89 BEUSVIUE TURKEYS 4 TO 8 LB.AVO Ib. CAP'N JOHN'S CAP'N JOHN'S fROZEN FIUET Of PERCH CAP'N JOHN'S fROZEN f IUIT OF COD CAP'N JOHN'S, FROZEN Vrtr |X JUni* & ^^- ^« ^fc fA- T»f T' " —. ( "T-T' > OYSTER STEW 2 - 59^ FRIED FISH STICKS Fresh Fruits & Vegetables CALIFORNIA FANCY NAVIU ORANGES Delicious Apples • 15' 5 * 39' GOLDEN Texas Oranges Idaho Potatoes Garbage Cans - ^P - r RUSStT $ 1.99 SALE! A&P INSTANT COFFEE 6-OZ. JAR o Toilet Soaps Palmolive Soap 2*19c 2s27c Cashmere Bouquet 2&19c Za27c o o A&P FANCY PUMPKIN 2 30 ; c«. Cans IIBBY PUMPKIN., BREMNER MARSHMALLOV JUMBO PIES Cans Pkg. ..of 12 SULTANA SALAD ,,;,,.Jar 39e 39c GOLD MEDAL' I PLAIN) ' r- 1 ENRICHED FLOUR S:5lc o WARWICK T-p MINTS : s cW DROPS s:29e Storewide Values «» VEl Qt, .,Pkg, FAB II! PINK UQUIP VEl AJAXi •mllJnufm * Pkgs, liilENT Ot, -Qt, 75« 83 <j» o 23 75 * > lusaa XMMM t wo* MA coweww ''•£*

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